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Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Cambridge

We have 6 Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Cambridge

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We have 6 Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Cambridge

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The role of stratosphere-troposphere coupling on North Atlantic air-sea interactions

Project Rationale. Lu et al. (2021) has developed a new index based on Ertel’s potential vorticity in the upper stratosphere. They show that the early winter conditions in the upper stratosphere play a key role in processing disturbances from the troposphere and then transmitting the signals back to the surface. Read more

Abrupt sea ice loss in the Arctic: Tipping points in warm and cold climates

Brief summary: . The concept of Tipping Points largely defines the current climate emergency. In this project you will use the current state-of-the-art UK climate model to investigate when Arctic sea ice tipping points last occurred. Read more

Isotopic approaches to unravelling export and recycling processes in the Southern Ocean

Brief summary: . This project aims to understand the potential impact of increase in iron input in the Southern Ocean, as consequence of ice retreat, using an isotopic geochemistry approach. Read more

Ice nucleating particles from blizzards above sea ice – magnitude and climate impacts of a new particle source in a warming world.

Brief summary. This project investigates sea salt and ice nucleating particles (INP) in air and snow above sea ice to quantify an hitherto unknown particle source associated with blowing snow during storms and to assess implications for polar-region wide background aerosol, clouds and climate. Read more

Using an ice core bubble barometer to answer: “How big was the Antarctic ice sheet in the past?”

Brief summary. Bubbles of air in ice cores remember the pressure of the overlying air when they are trapped and thus could be used to monitor of the height of the ice sheet over time - but only if the processes during bubble trapping are fully understood. Read more
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